Atelier combo with $85M price tag gets $38M offer, micro-unit developers don’t expect massive profits … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 19, 2013 05:00 PM

1.$38 million offer for full-floor Atelier combination, asking $85 million, is rejected [NYT]
2. Kips Bay micro-unit developers expect “less than exorbitant” profit [Curbed]
3. Consulting firm AKA strategy renews at SL Green’s 51 East 42nd Street [NYO]
4. Donald Judd’s Soho studio to open in June after $23 million renovation [Curbed]
5. Toll Brothers will ask $800,000 to $5 million-plus for 160 East 22nd Street condos [Curbed]
6. Midtown East rezoning would obscure Manhattan landmarks: MAS [Gothamist]
7. Bazbaz Development lures ‘em in with a bargain on the Upper West Side [NYDN]
8. A whiskey distillery grows in the Brooklyn Navy Yard [Local]
9. And a food truck co-op leases Dumbo parking lot [Dumbo NYC]
10. A cable public-access center stokes fears of gentrification in East Harlem [WSJ]
11. Central Park to get a $90 million cash infusion from city [NYP]
12. An Australian real estate photographer uses drones to capture luxury homes on film [WSJ]
13. A columnist’s roundup of crowdsourcing real estate firms [Forbes]
14. Score your commercial real estate knowledge with this quiz [NYO]
15. Take open house photos, tweet, win $50 giftcard [Trulia]

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